Ursula (Woodward) Woolum
b: 1758 VA
d: 1818 Knox Co, KY
Ursula "Ursley" Woodward,
on 05 Oct 1789, in Greenville, Green Co, TN
Samuel & Unknown Woodward
b: 1769 Greenville, Green Co, TN
Robin Jay Woolum
son of L.J. &Barbara(Mayer) Woolum
grandson of Boyd &Mary Beth(Knuckols) Woolum
g-grandson of Robert Boyd "Robin" &Martha(Neal) Knuckols
has a terrific website called
To visit his Main Page,
To visit his Woolum genealogy page,
"The Descendants of Abner H. Woolum, Sr."
To visit his Knuckols genealogy page,
"The Family of Robert &Margaret "Peggy"(Hendrickson) Knuckols"
(the parents of Robert Boyd "Robin" Knuckols)
(Clicking on an above link will open a separate browser window.)
~a request from~
We are looking for a male Rice descendant of
Stephen &Rebecca(Woolum) Rice to participate
in the Rice DNA Reconstuction Project.
For more information,
to email me.
To visit my webpage that is currently
PARTIALLY COMPLETE AND UNDER CONSTRUCTION
but offers some general information about the
"Edmond Rice DNA Project,"
(clicking on will open a separate browser window.)
"The Cleveland Ohio News and Herald"
March 6, 1890
Armed Men Besiege a Court House at Barbourville,
and Bullets Fly Thick and Fast.
E. Messer with forty armed men of the Slusher party, arrived from
Flat Creek yesterday, and caused a great alarm. Circuit Court being
in session, Judge Boyd place a strong guard around the court house.
But notwithstanding this the factions opened fire in the court house
yard, using Colt's 45-caliber revolvers. William Day, one of the
Smith faction, received a dangerous wound in the leg, and Messer's
clothing was pierced. The presence of the guards and the falling
snow prevented further damage. Before embarking, for their return
the Messer party threw cartridges into the stove at the depot and when
asked by the agent to desist, drew knives and carved the stove pipe.
of the overall
Cobb-Sasser Family Lineage Website
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